these look like breadsticks made in heaven!
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|2/28/12 12:36 AM|
That is pretty hard. I would suggest homemade oatmeal-fruit breakfast bars (I would fill them with berries); Freeze dried snacks (ranging from berries to fruit medleys), I'd add homemade wheat thins to the cheese suggested above. A couple of the starkist tuna lunch packs (which are ultra light, and convenient). If you pack fresh fruit, you could try a "green" fruit/veggie bag that keeps fruit fresher longer. Your fruit won't be cold, but it would probably last the trip. Good luck!
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|9/19/11 3:57 PM|
What a wonderful idea!
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|8/19/11 12:59 PM|
I've been dehydrating veggies to help me through economic crunches. I was in the same boat with pasta and staples. Although mormons know how to store, can and dehydrate. If you have a very small space, dehydrating is the best way to go though (IMO). 6 lbs (at least) of frozen corn in a quart size zip lock baggie. Since I have a progressive chronic illness, I've been making dehydrated soups and meals that I will enjoy and are geared for one. Less waste, less money :)
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|2/8/11 7:43 PM|
I've used Diet Coke in my toilet and it works just as well... It's really for stubborn stains that can't get scrubbed out.
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|1/31/11 6:37 PM|